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Ghanaian Popular Fiction: 'Thrilling Discoveries in Conjugal Life' & Other Tales

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This is a study of the 'unofficial' side of African fiction, the largely undocumented writing, publishing and reading of pamphlets and paperbacks, which exist outside the grid of mass-production.

Stephanie Newell, through a detailed examination of the popular fiction of Ghana produced since the 1930s, analyses the distinctive ways in which narrative forms are borrowed, re-w
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Paperback, 189 pages
Published January 31st 2001 by Ohio University Press (first published January 1st 2000)
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